This music video opens up with three girls wearing orange dresses and playing table tennis. The dresses look like jerseys. There are hot guys playing with them. It
is adorable, funny, and somewhat competitive. The girls are being flirtatious
and have a huge crush on one of the guys.
They change into different outfits in the video. Their second outfits are black with
bow-shaped shirts/accessories. Their third outfits are plaid and polka dot
dresses. They also wear color-coordinated outfits when they are playing table
tennis towards the end of the music video.
This song is about having a crush on a guy. They have the urge to question him about his relationship status and want to take him away. They admire him from afar. The girls want to smear their lipstick on his shirt. They compete for his
attention only to have him play hard to get. This music video is wonderful, the
song is catchy, and I think Orange Caramel did a good job.
It opens up with a boy ringing a doorbell. All of the girls inside are freaking out trying to see who it is. Then the scene changes to them in new outfits in a place with a colorful background. Then they start singing and dancing. Their choreography includes a lot of hip movements and arm movements that are pretty awesome.
This song is about finding a boy that they’re really interested in and how they’re going to pursue him. They think he’s charming, cute, and adorable.
Their outfits throughout the music video are so fashionable and cute! Every video of theirs I have watched are all adorable and great in general. This is a song everyone can learn easily and dance to.
This music is one of the most random music videos I have ever seen. It begins with a guy going into the van. Inside the there are other guys holding large guns and are putting on clown masks. They run into a building with the van and try to rob a bank. They have a powerful presence in this video. The next few scenes are kind of scary but then they take off their masks to reveal their beautiful faces. The scene changes to the boys demonstrating their incredible dance moves while wearing dapper suits. The rest of video is quite random but awesome at the same time.
The song is about being assertive and known to others in a big way. They talk about being loud and putting yourself out there. It’s a catchy song to say the least. I watched this music video at least ten times before writing this post. This band is fantastic and so is this video! This is the first video I have seen with Block B and now I love them!
BTS is back with a video for Just One Day, a track from the Skool Luv Affair album. It's adorable!
These guys are so hot and cute at the same time, if that’s even possible. The music video opens crime scene tape everywhere with a girl walking around with a confused look on her face. Then you see the boys dancing in front of building with a black car in the background. You see the girl throughout the video with crime scene tape everywhere and it's pretty emotional. Their dance moves are fantastic! The video doesn’t go too over-the-top and let’s this beautiful song speak for itself.
In the Japanese version, there’s more flashing lights and cool backgrounds. The boys are wearing matching boots and cool outfits. Their dance moves were really intense and adds more power to the song. The boys look amazing in this version too.
This song is so sweet and adorable! It talks about being protective and caring about someone you love. The boys talk about how sad they are when their loved one one is sad. They want their loved ones to know that they love them and are here for them whenever they need someone to talk to. Both the Korean and Japanese versions were wonderful.
YEOREOBEUN ANNYEONG! This is the club's crazy Prez, Fujoshi-sama! WEEEOOOO!
As you can see, I am a bit of a spaz >< and because of that, I end up changing my favorite group quite often. So, although we have collectively decided that EXO is our favorite group this year, I personally have been quite interested in another group as of late.
"WHO COULD FUJOSHI-SAMA LOVE MORE THAN EXO??" You ask..
BANG! TAN! SO! NYEON! DAN!
The reason I live is you
You’re like an angel, who has left me and gone somewhere
I have to admit something. At first, I wasn't so excited about this song. It's not the BAP I am used to, and the random guitar and other instruments kind of threw me off. As well as the tempo changes and the dance moves that are a little over the top, at least in my opinion.
But this song definitely grew on me the more I listened to it. If you, reader, do not like this song at first, then I hope you'll take my advice. Put the song away for a while, then come back to it. Listen to it a few more times. You may want to search out the English subtitles, because they definitely clarified the video for me.
The lyrics of this song describe an angel-like girl. You'll notice they sing, "cheonsa gateun neo" just before the chorus, which means "You're like an angel". This girl has disappeared, and because of this, the man is losing his mind missing her so much.
So I miss you (I think of you) and I need you (every day)
Like a single ray of light, she finally found me
As I ran to find you, will my legs break apart?
This is my favorite song by BTOB! It has sweet lyrics and a great plot line to the music video.... I think anyways. To be completely honest, the plot is a little confusing when I think back on it, but it's romantic and that's good enough for me. The main character even gets to kiss Minhyuk! Lucky Lady!
Who wouldn't want a kiss like that???
The lyrics in this song are totally romantic and spontaneous! Its great! The meaning of the lyrics is that the guy wanted to hold onto his girl, so he stole a kiss from her lips to show her all of his feelings. The video really goes along well with these lyrics.
It was a crazy thing to do but no matter what it is breathtaking and electrifying
(What) Give it to me
When you guys partied, I gave up sleep for my dreams
Okay~ So... to be honest, I didn't really like this song at first. I found it really tacky with all the Engrish and the crazy "gangsta" outfits. I especially didn't like all of the guns and gunshots, being a strong proponent of anti-violence and gun control. But after a while, I got really attached to the rapping and hardcore concept of the song and video. I still get embarrassed by the Engrish but I love the song anyways <3
The best part of this song is....
This song is actually about all of the stress that the Bangtan Boys (an alternate name of BTS) went through in order to become idols. I think it's so impressive how hard they work. It's also much different from how American celebrities are perceived. These idols spent a long time practicing and working hard to achieve their dreams and shouldn't be viewed the same way that American celebrities are viewed: unskilled.
Throw a stone at me if you’ve done as much as I did